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10 June 2003 (USA) See more »
Long ago in a land ravaged by strife, an ancient race of mages crafted the ultimate weapon to destroy their enemies... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Dan Hay ... Regdar
Lester Rosenthal ... Barathion
Anna Deas ... Mialee

Caroline Lesley ... Lidda
Jack Brown ... Rayne
Sam Cunningham ... Ariadne
Chad Nixon ... Innkeeper
Paul Stodolny ... Teaghan
Peter Lepeniotis ... Jaerhome
Tom Perry ... Korgen
Jos'h R.L. Fuller ... Druid 1
Mark Davies ... Druid 2
Damian Upton ... Additional Character
Justin Drury ... Additional Character

Directed by
Dan Krech 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Richard Elliott 
Simon Racioppa 

Produced by
Jeff Bell .... executive producer
Marylou Bono .... executive producer
Linda Gillies .... producer
Julie Kane-Ritsch .... associate producer
Dan Krech .... co-executive producer
Jackie Lynette .... co-executive producer
Carol Monroe .... executive producer
Cindi Rice .... producer
Arny Schorr .... executive producer
Original Music by
Steve Pecile 
David W. Shaw 
Production Design by
Paul Dobson 
Art Direction by
Paul Dobson 
Production Management
Rob Aitchison .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kyran Kelly .... assistant director
Art Department
Jason Doucet .... concept artist
Bogdan Molea .... concept artist
Michael Schwab .... concept artist
Sound Department
Paula Anderson .... re-recording supervisor
Paula Anderson .... sound director
Rob Andres .... voice recording engineer
Adam Axbey .... sound editor (as Adam Bolduc)
Gary Daprato .... foley artist
Justin Drury .... sound designer
Ryan Henwood .... sound editor
Ric Jurgens .... re-recording engineer
Baxter Merry .... sound designer
Baxter Merry .... supervising dialogue editor
Baxter Merry .... voice recording assistant engineer
Scott Murdoch .... sound editor
Joe Serafini .... executive audio supervisor
Joe Serafini .... re-recording supervisor
Jamie Sulek .... re-recording engineer
Stephen Traub .... voice recording engineer
Visual Effects by
Rob Aitchison .... motion capture director
Peta Bayley .... modeler
Kevin Clark .... digital compositor
Paul Dobson .... character modeler
Allison Gardner .... visual effects
Marc-André Guindon .... motion capture integrator
Alan Kennedy .... lead effects compositor
Alan Kennedy .... supervising compositor
Warren Lawtey .... effects animator
David Lesso .... additional compositor
Bryan Luren .... visual effects (as Bryan C. Uren)
Roubina Messerkhanian .... visual effects
Bogdan Molea .... matte painter
Carlton Munday .... compositor
Mark Neysmith .... modeler
Dave Olivares .... additional compositor
Pranay Patel .... effects animator
Carol Prince .... lead character modeler
Florent Revel .... character animator
Scott Sanderson .... environment modeler
Scott Sanderson .... fur effects developer
Scott Sanderson .... lighting td
Michael Schwab .... matte painter
Nick Starcevic .... animator
Paul Stodolny .... visual effects
Sean Sullivan .... character rigging
Pat Wakefield .... effects compositor
Brent Whitmore .... effects compositor
Brian Windsor .... motion capture technical director
Roger Wong .... modeler
Boogab Youn .... lighter
Camera and Electrical Department
Belma Abdicevic .... lighting technician
Paul Dobson .... lighting supervisor
Kyran Kelly .... lead camera
Alan Kennedy .... lead camera
Bryan Luren .... camera operator: 3-D camera (as Bryan C. Uren)
Dominic Menegon .... lighting technician
Tom Perry .... lighting technician
Scott Sanderson .... lighting technician
Paul Stodolny .... camera operator: 3-D camera
Daniele Tosti .... lighting lead
Rob Waterworth .... lighting technician
Andrew Woodhouse .... lighting technician
Boogab Youn .... lighting technician
Animation Department
Craig Barr .... animator
Peta Bayley .... animator
Katie Cheang .... animator
Mark Davies .... animator
Tim Dormady .... animator
Michael Fabris .... animator
Brian Foster .... animator
Dan Hay .... animator
Inna Itkin .... animator
Scott Johnston .... animator
Kyran Kelly .... animator
Justin Kupka .... animator
Peter Lepeniotis .... animator
Kevin McDonagh .... animator
Dominic Menegon .... animator
Keith Nicholson .... animator
Carol Prince .... animation director
Florent Revel .... animator
Scott Sanderson .... animator
Sue Hyunsook Shim .... animator
Nick Starcevic .... animator
David Stodolny .... animator
Sean Sullivan .... animator
Glen Sylvester .... animator (as Glenn Sylvester)
Robert Waterworth .... lighting technician
John Wong .... animator
Casting Department
Paula Anderson .... voice casting
Other crew
Paula Anderson .... assistant voice director
Jeff Bell .... head of systems
James Craig .... scene planner
Paul Dobson .... story consultant
Jos'h RL Fuller .... database developer
Ashley Irving-Scott .... production coordinator
David Lesso .... rendering
Lisa Ann Meawasige-Kertesz .... production coordinator
Dominic Menegon .... environment modeler
Caesar Niculescu .... environment modeler
Pranay Patel .... technical development
Scott Sanderson .... environment modeler
Ed Stark .... creative content consultant
Damian Upton .... systems administrator
Derek Vanlint .... story consultant
Brent Whitmore .... title designer: main titles

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Additional Details

USA:90 min

Did You Know?

The characters of Regdar, Lidda and Mialee are referred to by D&D players as the "iconic characters" as they were created to be used as examples in the 2002 edition of the Dungeons and Dragons rulebook. The three characters also make regular appearances in a series of Dungeons and Dragons novels by T.H. Lain beginning in 2002. The three characters as shown are consistent with their literary counterparts, except that Mialee has less hair due to the logistics of computer animation.See more »


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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
A but clunky at times, but appealing, 14 January 2004
Author: 23skidoo-4 from Calgary, Canada

Scourge of Worlds is an interactive DVD adventure. You watch the action for a few minutes, and then decide what the characters will do next based on a few choices.

It isn't a perfect system - the choices ARE rather limited, and the producers made the mad decision to remove chapter stops and the ability to fast-forward through scenes you've watched over and over. This makes for a bit of a trying gaming and viewing experience.

But as a movie, Scourge of Worlds holds up quite well. The computer animation is marvelous to behold, although it's obvious the production team had neither the time nor the budget that the makers of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within had. As a result, the animation looks a bit clunky from time to time, and on occasion there are obvious errors especially with regards to the characters' teeth. There are also times where the characters move their arms when they talk for no real reason, almost as if they have St. Vitus Dance.

The voice acting ranges from the moving to the hilarious. The voice actors for the three main characters (Regdar, Lidda and Mialee) come off best, with Lidda in particular being a quite appealing smart-ass of a character. Mialee, the elf wizard, isn't as unconsciously erotic as she is in the D&D rulebook and novels, but her brassiness sets her apart from the etherial elves we have come to expect from D&D and Lord of the Rings. Regdar, the fighter, comes off as a goofball at times, but he also gets some of the funniest lines in the film, depending on which direction you take the story.

But the makers goofed when they chose the voice actor for the villain (who I won't name here and spoil the surprise). Nothing against the actor, who does a good job, but it's hard to take a villain seriously who sounds like someone who has OD'd on helium.

Scourge of Worlds is a noble experiment, and entertaining if you don't mind repetition. I look forward to seeing more productions like this, as the technology improves.

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